This Hip2Save.com Deal was hand-posted on Monday, March 25th, 2013 at 11:20 am.
Wow! If you are signed up for JCPenney emails, you may have received a $10 off a $25 or more purchase code for you to use online at JCPenney.com or in-store, starting today 3/25 through 3/31! Keep in mind that lots of you may have deleted thinking it was trash. Also, it may have gone into your spam folder. The subject line of the email is “$25 Shoe Event” and you can also search the email address it came from, which is firstname.lastname@example.org .
To use the $10 Promotional Code, enter the code SPEND25 along with your exclusive non-transferable serial number found in the fine print of the email. You can also choose to pick up your items in-store to bypass all shipping charges. They’re also having a $25 Shoe Event – perfect for last minute Easter Shoe shopping!
And, if you are not yet signed up for JCPenney emails , make sure to head here and scroll down to enter your email address in the “Sign Up For Emails” box (like the pic below). That way you’ll be ready when the next *HOT* offer comes around!
Fine Print: $10 savings valid for one-time use on a purchase of $25 or more, excluding taxes and shipping charges from 3/25/13-3/31/13. Enter SPEND25 in the ‘code & rewards’ section on the shopping bag page on jcp.com or call 1-800-322-1189 and mention the code. When prompted, enter your exclusive non-transferable serial number. Valid through 3/31/13. Discount does not apply to Sephora, Services, Service Plans, Gift Cards, current orders/prior purchases, taxes, or shipping/handling charges. Cannot be used in combination with any other certificates, offers or discounts or for payment on account. Valid for one time use on a single purchase in store or a single order at jcp.com. One certificate per customer, must be surrendered at time of purchase in store or used when placing order at jcp.com. Certificate cannot be replaced or redeemed as cash or merchandise credit if merchandise is returned. Discount applied to all qualifying items on a prorated basis; any refunds will be given in the prorated amount.
(Thanks, LeAnn and Trena!)